At the end of the session, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was 63.60 points, plus 0.25%, to 25.822.29 points.
The Nasdaq increased by 0.49 percent to 7.859.17 points, while the Standard & Poor & # 39; s 500 (S & P500) index, representing the 500 largest US companies, earned 0.21 percent to 2.866.96 points. .
During today's session, the S & P500 peaked at 2,873.23 points, a record recorded seven months ago.
The broader US equity index reached a new high on January 26 this year at 2,872.87 points.
In the analysis per sector, the highest increases were the area of non-essential goods, with 0.89% more, industry, 0.75% higher and telecommunications, 0.68% higher.
On the contrary, real estate fell by 0.92%, essential goods fell by 0.77% and government services fell by 0.72%.
Analysts quoted by the EFE news agency estimate that Wall Street will record the longest upward trend Wednesday in its 3,453-day history, which began at the end of the financial crisis in March 2009 when it surpassed the record of the 1990s. .
The optimism resulting from this performance complements the good corporate earnings season, with earnings growth in the last quarter and positive data released by the government on the US economy.
Investors are looking forward to Wednesday's expected release of information about the last US Federal Reserve policy meeting, which has been criticized by US President Donald Trump in recent weeks.
The market is still being influenced by the development of the trade relationship between Washington and Beijing, waiting for the White House to impose a new set of customs duties on that country, despite the talks it intends to keep the governments to bring a good understanding.